Farc: US has evidence that they wanted to launder 500 million dollars – Investigative Unit

On May 9, 2018, the Department of Justice sent a request for judicial cooperation to Colombia, through the United States Embassy in Bogotá. They required two CTI agents to participate in a sting operation that sought to collect evidence against an organization that wanted to take 500 million dollars out of the country to launder … Read more

Colombia: FARC asks the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights to protect the life and integrity of ex-guerrillas

The Common Alternative Revolutionary Force asked the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights for precautionary measures to protect former combatants, of whom at least 197 have been killed since the government and the guerrillas signed the peace agreement in November 2016. Carlos Lozada, senator of this party, assures that the Colombian government tries to hide that … Read more

In video, Duqe promised protection to murdered ex-geurrilero

On that occasion, in compliance with one of the workshops called ‘Building a country’, Monroy – assassinated on October 16 in La Uribe, Meta – warned the president of the danger his life was in and requested guarantees. “We already comply; honor us, President, “said the man when he asked to speak. And he requested: … Read more

Farc will join protests of national strike and indigenous minga

Through a press release, the Farc party indicated that he will join the demonstrations after the murder of Jesús Monroy (known as ‘Albeiro Suarez’), member of the national leadership of that political movement. “We cannot remain immobile in the face of this tragedy that has claimed the lives of hundreds of people. We must mobilize … Read more

Vandal had a Farc member UNP vest – Investigation – Justice

In a report sent to the Police and the Public Prosecutor’s Office, the National Protection Unit (UNP) confirmed that the bulletproof vest worn by a person in the demonstrations on September 9 was a vest that had been assigned to a member of the Farc party. The authorities affirmed that this vest was used by … Read more

Why the Farc is recognizing kidnappings, sexual abuse and recruitment of minors – Investigation – Justice

This Monday and Tuesday, in unprecedented events, the former FARC secretariat publicly recognized events such as kidnapping, forced recruitment of minors and sexual abuse in its ranks. as well as the seriousness of these crimes that, on previous occasions, they had not called by name or even denied. In a harsh letter, former members of … Read more

Dissidence of ‘Iván Márquez’ accepts the crime of Álvaro Gómez

Through a statement, the dissidence of ‘Iván Márquez’ and ‘Jesús Santrich’, the Second Marquetalia, confirmed the attribution made by former FARC chiefs about the assassination of Álvaro Gómez Hurtado. “None of the hypotheses about the motives and authors of Álvaro Gómez Hurtado’s death were true, and none of those who had been implicated in one … Read more

Since the peace with the Farc, a total of 583 journalists have been threatened in the country – Investigation – Justice

Samaniego, Nariño, is a municipality located 115 kilometers from Pasto. There, Libardo Montenegro was recognized for being on the air every day on the community radio station Samaniego Stereo. But his voice died down on June 11, 2019, when, after weeks of reporting and defending the implementation of the peace accords, he was killed by … Read more

Santos: The FARC plays with fire by not recognizing forced recruitment and abuse | Politics | America Edition

Former Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, Nobel Peace Prize winner in 2016, believes that there are members of the FARC party who are playing with fire by not acknowledging that there was forced recruitment of minors and sexual abuse in the former guerrilla. “It seems to me an error, it seems to me an error … Read more

Juan Manuel Santos and the planning of a betrayal

The ruler Raúl Castro, in the center, encourages the Colombian president, Juan Manuel Santos, on the left, and the commander of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), Timoleón Jiménez, known as “Timochenko”, to shake hands, in Havana, Cuba, Wednesday, September 23, 2015. In a joint statement, Santos and the FARC said they had overcome … Read more